Head Coach: Chris Babcock
Assistant Coach: Ed Day
Assistant Coach: Debbie Leyden
Captains' practices : 8:00 AM, Monday - Friday beginning Monday, August 5th. Contact Eli Brotman, Monica Calkins, Isaac Johnson, or Ana Morton for more information.
2019 Season begins: August 12th, 2019.
Make sure you have a current physical on file at CDH (good for three years). No physical = no practice!
The participation fee for Cross Country is $50 and is paid during the online registration process.
Team Warmup and spirit wear store open until August 12. Have a look at the store.
Sign up for text messages regarding the team by texting @cdhcc to 81010 or to 952-649-6896. Your number will not be visible to the coaches or vice versa.
Team and action photo information.
Results from past seasons of cross country at Cretin-Derham Hall can be found at TeamStatsManager.com. Current team members can login to this site to find their performance history, workout information, and set goals for upcoming races. Contact Coach Babcock if you have forgotten your login information. Otherwise the site is open to browse.
2019 CDH Cross Country Team
The Registration "Girls Cross Country" is not currently available.
Find out where the team is going to compete next. UPDATED: 7/31/19
This is where you will find results from the current season.
Cross Country is a team running sport in which a team of 5 -7 runners competes. Runners score points based on their place in the race. The team with the lowest score wins. Every runner on the team is important and must have the drive to pass as many competitors as possible. Runners 1 through 5 directly affect the team score, while runners 6 and 7 directly affect other teams’ scores by taking places. They also are used to break ties.
Boys and girls typically compete 5k (3.1 miles) . There are some meets where the distance might be shorter in the early part of the season.
Cross Country Running is a co-ed sport. The regular season begins Monday, August 12, 2019 and is 10 weeks in length with section competition starting the third week in October and state meet in early November. Cross Country is a sport for both beginning and experienced runners and a great way to learn a lifelong sport.
We will have up to 10 meets per season. Each student-athlete on the team will have an opportunity to race in each of these meets. Information pertaining to each meet will be listed at the beginning of the season. This information does change from time to time, so check back frequently.
It is required that each participant provide his or her own running shoes for practice and meets. School uniforms are issued to members of the team.